Nothing says “summer” more than live music, warm weather and — of course — beer. Denver Beer Co‘s Canworks location was the site of the Third Annual Sun Drenched Music Fest this past Saturday. Thirsty Denverites and music enthusiasts alike descended on the Sunnyside brewery to kick off summer with live performances from All Poets & Heroes, Roka Hueka, The Guestlist and The Brevet, with the San Franciscan band, Con Brio, capping off the day’s events. From introspective rock music to Latin ska to soul-funk, there truly was something for everyone. Local vendors like Park Burger fed the masses to fuel dancing and beach volleyball throughout the day. Aside from cold beer, flowy frocks and sleeveless tops helped keep patrons cool in the blistering Denver sun. Take a look at some of our favorite looks from the festival and get inspired for your summer wardrobe.
Sara, Tyler, Maddie, Cara and Sam are nurses who enjoyed their day off work and celebrated with beer and music.
Darreth Seal wore a colorful Free People dress while listening to Denver-based band, The Guestlist.
Gretchen Stoehr and Cam Luthy rocked simple yet put-together looks while enjoying cold Denver Beer Co brews.
Kelly paired turquoise earrings with a belted dress and sandals from Nordstrom Rack.
Erin O’Neill stayed cool in a yellow flower print dress from Billabong.
Lindsay, Chonita and Alannah accessorized with glitter while soaking up the sun.
Parris Hodges and Kiri Jones represented local brand, Be A Good Person, whose goal is to spread positivity.
Karleen Mohr wore her go-to street festival dress from Athleta and enjoyed the music with her husband, Sam.
Nolan Mera is a San Diego transplant who paired a printed button-down with cuffed khakis and new kicks.
Diana Crawford coordinated the festival but still found time to cool off and enjoy the music.
Sisters, Mallory and Danielle, wore outfits that were sunny and breathable.
Claire Crawford paired a striped dress with a white tank top and Stetson hat for a French-inspired look.
Matt Jodis is a bargain hunter who loves bright print and Benjamin Kottmeyer enjoys pairing all black with a pop of color.
All photography by Bridget Burnett.